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Québec City: Live the history

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As the most European and oldest colonial city in North America, the capital of the province of Québec exudes an Old World charm and a continental flair that attracts millions of visitors a year.

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Bergen, Norway

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Historic Bergen is a charming historic city and hub for seeing the spectacular fjorder (fjords), fjellet (mountains) and fosser (waterfalls) for which Norway is renowned.

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Charlevoix: life inside a crater

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As part of the French-speaking province of Quebec, Charlevoix is an easy getaway with a European ambience.

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The National Comedy Center: New York’s funniest attraction

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You may have known about the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Museum in Lucy’s hometown, Jamestown, New York, but did you know that Lucy’s birthplace is now also the site of the National Comedy Center?

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The Chautauqua Harbor Hotel, Celoron, New York

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The Chautauqua Harbor Hotel opened on the shores of Chautauqua Lake with a rustic wood and stone accented theme that fits right in with its natural setting.

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Forge & Vine, Groton, Massachusetts

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Forge & Vine opened in October 2018, adding a sizzling new dining destination to Groton’s fine dining scene. This signature restaurant of the inn was named for a former blacksmith shop and is in a new freestanding building adjacent to the inn.

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The Groton Inn, Groton, Massachusetts

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You might spot a horse drawn carriage awaiting a happy couple when you approach the Groton Inn. This newly rebuilt property has maintained its reputation as a popular choice for social and corporate events.

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250 Main: hip and artsy accommodations in Rockland, Maine

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Rockland’s first boutique hotel, the 26 room 250 Main, is a hip and artsy alternative to the city’s well-established bed and breakfast inns. 

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